Where to get your fashion, arts and culture fixes in Toronto this month
The Toronto Fashion Incubator is turning 30 this spring. To celebrate, it’s bundling a TFIXXX Gala and the New Labels competition and fashion show into one riotous bash at Waterworks. And, ahem, there’s an open bar. 505 Richmond St. W.
Everyone’s author crush Zadie Smith kicks off TIFF’s Books on Film series, discussing Merchant Ivory’s A Room with a View.
(Other screenings include Canadian gem Sarah Polley talking Away from Her.) 350 King St. W.
For more author love—because # best love— catch the brilliant Roxane Gay discussing feminists and difficult women (not the same thing, obvs) at the Toronto Public Library’s Bram & Bluma Appel Salon. 789 Yonge St.
J. Crew par tnered with the ROM on a collection of whale-stamped bandanas and T-shirts in honour of the museum’s Blue Whale exhibit opening on March 11. Fifty per cent of sales goes back to the ROM’s Blue Whale Project. 100 Queens Park
To celebrate Rouge Coco Gloss, Chanel is hosting a café-themed pop- up- plus- nail- bar at Holt Renfrew for the month of March. Don some pearls and leave the chicest lip-gloss print on a coffee cup around. 50 Bloor St. W.